Fire Ring Demo players break out of its boundaries, find a very angry bear

Some of the players who took part in the Elden Ring’s closed network test last weekend managed to find a way to break out of the game’s demo area – only to be greeted by a very angry bear.

A limited number of players were recently invited to jump into From Software’s upcoming open-world Elden Ring as part of network tests the studio is conducting. While players were able to check the game out first hand, they did not get access to its entire open world, but rather a demo area instead.

Some of those involved, who were not happy with this little piece of paradise, tried to test the game’s limits in hopes of being able to explore a wider range of what Elden Ring has to offer. As reported by Kotaku, several players eventually found an exploit in the game that allowed them to access areas of the game that were not yet intended for exploration.

Players’ experiences outside the network test barrier seemed to vary from account to account. While the area outside the boundaries was missing objects and reportedly included some areas where players would fall into an endless void, there were also some pretty clever finds.

Content Creator AllisonByProxy posted a video on YouTube showing their character taking a rather serious violence from a fierce oversized bear that did not seem so happy to be found in the region. A separate video aired on the same channel also appeared to reveal an undiscovered boss known as Crucible Knight Floh.

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While From Software is likely to keep a number of details about Elden Ring’s bosses and enemies close to his chest until closer to the game’s release, IGN recently hired one of the game’s bosses, Margit the Fell, during our time with the game. game. The character’s background story and story are still hidden at the moment, though our preview includes details about the character’s movement set and devastating lightning hammer.

For more on From Software’s upcoming release, be sure to check out our dedicated IGN page for the Elden Ring, where you can find a range of the latest news, clips, and previews of the game.

Jared Moore is a freelance writer for IGN. You can follow him further Twitter.

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